Month: September 2020

Roche Court Art Trip

28th September 2020

On Monday 28th September, our 5th Form went on a trip to the local Roche Court gallery. “The weather was again on our side to visit such a beautiful space tucked away in such a stunning location, there was so much to see throughout the day, with pupils really engaging and getting involved with each…

Careers Sneak-a-Peek – UpSkill Me

24th September 2020

The first speaker in the Foundation for Life Sneak-A-Peek Speaker Series was guest speaker, entrepreneur, and old Witleian, Lucy Cranwell-Ward. Lucy’s presentation, focusing on entrepreneurship, was presented to our Upper and Lower Sixth Form last week. Lucy gave pupils insights into different career pathways, as well as tips in finding the career path that is…

Our first virtual Sixth Form Options Evening

23rd September 2020

We are delighted to announce that our very first virtual Sixth Form Options Evening taking place this evening and hosted on our website, is now live – please click here to view the full page.  Our live Q&A will start at 18.30 on the live YouTube stream and run for about half an hour. Your…

Watts Gallery Art Trip

22nd September 2020

On Tuesday 22nd September, we visited the Watts Gallery, and it absolutely lived up to its name. The grounds and galleries were beautiful with the weather on our side. The pupils thoroughly enjoyed their day, looking at all exhibitions that were on offer that day, we also had the wonderful opportunity to take a look…

Wakefield Music Scholar raising funds for a Christmas single

18th September 2020

3rd Form Wakefield music scholar from Farnham, Cai Thomas, has launched a crowdfunding campaign to record the song ‘Wherever you are’ by Welsh composer Paul Mealor, accompanied by choristers from St Thomas on the Bourne in Farnham. 12 months ago, Cai recorded his first album ‘Seren’ which was nominated both a Classic FM and Scala…

Welcome ceremony for the new 2020-21 Prefects

14th September 2020

This week, we welcomed twelve new U6th Prefects into their role and presented them with official ties or badges. Being a Prefect is a serious undertaking here at King Edward’s: representing the School at official events in Witley and the City of London; Dining Hall supervision alongside duty staff; acting as a mentor, role model…

New Head of History – Mrs Phillips

1st September 2020

Megan Phillips has been appointed Head of History at King Edward’s, effective from September 2020. Mrs Phillips first joined King Edward’s in 2017 as a History teacher, prior to this she taught at Tiffin School in Kingston, where her role included Acting Head of Department and teaching A-level history at the boys’ grammar school. After…

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